Dr Wallace McTavish

Dear Readers,
The heart shape left in my coffee grounds, as I take the last sip from my jumbo Corky Cup, reinforces the notion that my regression work has long since healed my own broken heart. Most mornings I sit in calm reflection. My lives were well but hard-lived. I’m privileged and grateful that my journey has brought me here to you, patient reader, to give you some history on who I am and how I came to join you here today.
I spent my youth exploring questions that science cannot explain and not much has changed since then. My methods have matured, that is I no longer question the floating clouds overhead or the separation I feel from the Earth’s core. I still, however, seek answers to the more mysterious, subjective and relative questions: Who am I? Why am I here? What is a soul and what does it have to do to reincarnate and evolve?
Seeking these answers led me to a lifetime of study in the behavioral sciences, where I faced rigorous formal training in cognitive psychology, which in turn led me to the nonconventional mental health approaches. Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), past life regression, and Eastern medicine take precedence in my practice. You’ll find me on most days, in my comforting office full of ancient memorabilia, taking people back to their souls’ previous incarnations. I believe that past lives hold the secrets to this life’s (dis)harmony.
Over my career, I’ve documented case studies with my faithful colleague, Professor Genevieve Buret, without whom I could not have carried out this work with such success; helping all that come to us. Vivi suggested we publish our body of work, in the hopes it would bring others to understand that their current life is an amalgamation of their previous lives lived on this beautiful planet. It is an honor to truly know this body/mind, as it acts as a carriage for our wholly unique souls, each on its painfully exquisite evolutionary path.
We begin our presentation with Laura Tsvetkovsky, on whose regression case study, incidentally, was only the second time I met Vivi—a lifelong collaboration in the making!
It is with great hope that I wish our published work will improve your life. Enjoy Arabesque, dear reader, the first book in our heart-healing literary series The McTavish Regressions.

Sincerely,
Wallace McTavish

Dr Genevieve Buret

After receiving my master’s degree in behavioral psychology I took a year to travel those areas in the world that I felt drawn toward, much like a moth to flame if I think about it, though the passion was muted somewhat by my rigid demeanor. It’s not easy being a scientist’s daughter, growing up with your father seeing you as only a formulaic cell-operator whose brain will turn off someday. My robotic nature needed throwing in the deep end, this I knew, so I stuffed my Lowepro backpack with thermal everything, kissed Papa’s gravestone on the way to JFK, and left for the Himalaya.

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If I had any expectations they were obliterated on arrival. No one could have prepared me for the intensity of the lifestyle that was so different to mine. I was impressed mainly by the outright belief in and factual basis for the reincarnation concept. Ancestors were revered above all and I couldn’t help but notice the peace that people embodied, even in the worst conditions. They knew on an intimate level that this “incarnation” as a legless beggar thief, for example, was necessary for their soul’s evolution. Seeing that the soul was yet another concept I had to grapple with, I found myself surrounded by beauty on all levels, which began to thaw my heart and lead me toward my future studies. As a forensic scientist, I decided there was much to be learned from crimes committed from an anthropological point of view. What makes a thief or a killer or a con artist? Could the same theory of one’s soul evolution apply?

Laura Tsvetkovsky

When Dr. McT and Vee asked me to introduce myself, I thought Well, that idea blows; who would want to hear what I have to say?! And even though I feel it’s sort of lame, honestly it’s the least I could do, because before I met them I had a totally different living situation. As much as it was fine at the time—pill-popping and life evasion—I was going down a hard hill fast.

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I was born without working legs, you see, and the early years were full of family and adjusting to my needs, which turned into a kind of worship from my mother’s end. Her insane quest to heal me helped fuel my fantasy life; I never needed to “get real” because my mother did it for me. But the irony was that neither of us was living in reality. She thought I might walk one day, and I was obsessed with being a dancer, no, I knew I was a dancer! As you might have guessed, that inescapable reality left me depressed and unwilling to look outside myself, at the options existing right in front of me.
Dance is everything for me, especially ballet. The yearning that a ballerina has to dance is admirable, but my then nearly pathological yearning to dance was destructive to me and those around me. This first book in this literary series The McTavish Regressions is titled Arabesque, and it is my story. I’m glad that McT and Vee chose to publish their life’s work; helping me means they could help anybody!

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